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Old 05-24-2008, 03:07 PM   #41
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I'm thinking you throw the bacon, cubed cheese, and the rest of it in the food processor with your chuck cubes and pulse until the meat is 'ground' and the rest of the ingredients are shredded and incorporated. Might take a few small batches to figure out when to add things so that the bacon isnt pureed before the cheese shreds, but...thats half the fun!

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Old 05-28-2008, 12:48 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by Marquette View Post
Oh, and on a different track...

Morningstar FarmsŪ - Morningstar FarmsŪ Southwestern Style Veggie Cakes

These are really good with some sour cream on top
based upon your recommendation i tried them. love'm! perfect with sour cream as you said. also now my store has a ginger/teriyaki veggie cakes with embedded edamame instead of black beans. very nice. i add a little extra kikkoman teriyaki sauce after cooking.

i might try to make these from scratch if i should ever get ambitious enough. but for now, what a perfect lazy meal. thanx marquette.

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Old 05-29-2008, 05:29 AM   #43
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y'all are gonna love this

i buy my burgers 20 at a time, in the frozen section at super wal mart for $11. if you cook em right,you cant beat it for a quick meal. OVERcook it though,and you're in trouble
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Old 05-29-2008, 07:18 AM   #44
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A good old Aussie burger requires the usual slab of beef plus an egg done on the barbie, throw on a slice of pineapple and a generous helping of beetroot. Hmm my mouth is watering.
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Old 05-29-2008, 07:49 AM   #45
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i just made another batch today, nothing fancy - but finally used the focaccia bun-sized bread i had picked up a few weeks ago (and stored in the freezer). They were GREAT! my favorite bun so far - i took them out of the freezer, let thaw while the meat cooked, split and put in the toaster oven for a minute for a light toasting...

The outside of the bun was slightly toasty, inside was soft and held up well to the burger...i highly recommend them if you find them in your local TJ's!
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Old 07-13-2008, 08:53 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by hogtied View Post
start with meat loaf mix (beef,pork,veal), add chopped onions and green peppers, 1 egg and seasoned breadcrumbs, until mix sticks together, form pattys and grill, add slice of cheeze 2 minutes before removal from fire, place on bun and top with your favorite condiments.
My brother has a variation of this recipe. He starts with with this part of your recipe
"meat loaf mix (beef,pork,veal), add chopped onions and green peppers, 1 egg and seasoned breadcrumbs, until mix sticks together, form pattys"

but then he takes feta cheese, the seasoned kind, and stuffs each burger with a ball of it and then grills. The cheese melts through out the burger making it juicy and flavorful. They are to die for. Bonus they freeze and reheat well also.
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Old 07-14-2008, 03:18 PM   #48
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BOCABURGER on the hibachi.
I'm also a fan of the Flame grilled Boca burgers . Great for lunch as long as you add tomato but when we are cooking on the grill it's real meat . Yum !

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